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Release Year
Charge Time
7 Hours
Maximum Range
25 Miles
Top Speed
20 mph
350 W
30 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 10Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Gearing Type
63.5 lb
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the ENGWE T14. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

9 reasons to buy

  • The ENGWE T14 is priced very affordably.
  • Folded, the tiny T14 measures 27.6" x 18.5" x 23.6", easily fitting in a trunk, under a desk, or in a closet at home.
  • Experts are impressed by how well the "punchy" motor accelerates and climbs, especially given the price.
  • Multiple experts reach close to 20mph in testing.
  • Reviewers call this bike "a blast" to ride and much more fun than they expected from such a compact bike.
  • The T14 is rated to carry up to 220lb.
  • Experts are impressed by the T14's range. One tester gets 29.3 miles.
  • The T14 comes with fenders, a back seat/pannier rack, and a headlight.
  • The one-piece wheels eliminate worries about broken spokes and bent rims.

8 reasons not to buy

  • At 63.5lb, the T14 is very heavy. Testers say this makes it hard to carry or lift into a car.
  • ENGWE states the T14 fits heights from 4'6" to 5'6". Testers generally agree, although one 5'8" rider found it comfortable.
  • The T14's display is "extremely basic."
  • Reviewers note that 14" wheels don't roll over obstacles well, and the suspension can't cope with minor potholes.
  • The "cramped" cockpit and single-speed drivetrain make pedaling impractical for most.
  • The single pedal-assist setting maxes out at 6mph, further reducing pedaling practicality.
  • Experts say steep hills are "a challenge" on this bike.
  • ENGWE doesn't include a taillight.

Bottom line

The ENGWE T14 is a tiny e-bike that folds into a compact package. It has a "responsive" and "punchy" 350W motor and solid riding range. The effective brakes and fun factor impress reviewers. However, the T14 is "very heavy," copes poorly with rough surfaces, and is ill-suited to riders taller than 5'6". Additionally, it has no rear light, is impractical for pedaling, and offers limited utility. Nonetheless, experts still say the T14 provides excellent value as a "last mile" runabout for smaller riders, and it offers a specification that's hard to match at this price point.

Expert Reviews

86/100 based on 3 rated expert reviews
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eBike Choices

ENGWE T14 Review: Affordable Commuting Option?

It’s a neat little e-bike, and it will be a viable option for shorter, or younger riders. For such a cheap electric bike, it has a great specification, and I’m not aware of another e-bike in this price bracket that has all the features of the T14.

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Martijn Wester

ENGWE T14 E-Bike Review: Fun, Fast & Cheap

… a pretty interesting e-bike. It’s fun, it’s comfortable and cheap. Overall, I think you get a lot of bang for your buck, and it’s something that you can definitely consider if you bike a lot in the city or you commute, like a last-mile commute…

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ENGWE T14 Review: Sensational E-Bike

… if you are a short rider looking for a budget-friendly option for getting around town, the T14 is definitely worth considering.

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Shreddie McSkate

The World’s Smallest E-Bike Can Do This?! | ENGWE T14 Review

I had a blast on this little thing. The fact that it’s super portable, easy to fold up and bring along in any size vehicle you have — I think that’s pretty awesome.

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Albert Kim

Mini Electric Folding Bike | ENGWE T14

… this is not for everybody… probably better for smaller adults… it’s very… purpose-driven in terms of being like sort of a last-mile commuter-typebike and not a general-purpose bike.

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ENGWE T14 & Meepo V5 Road Trip Review

… both of these are incredibly capable vehicles… The T14 is also loads of fun and perfect for a commute to work, but possibly not for public transport if you’re scared of its weight.

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ENGWE T14 Folding Electric Bike – The Best Budget E-Bike 2023?

… on the whole, I think the positives outweigh the negatives, and this is a really fun little bike to get around on, and for the price, it does represent excellent value for money.

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Alessio Tucci

My New E-Bike ENGWE T14

It’s a cheap one, but it’s good quality considering its price.

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My PlayHouse

Reviewing the ENGWE T14 Tiny Folding Electric E-Bike

… it’s not an expensive bicycle, but I would also say that it has limited use.

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Kent E Bikes

E-Bike Review – ENGWE T14 Folding Commuter Bike

I was pretty impressed with the T14… I’d say it’s definitely worth a look into. If the T14 can take my off-roading, then I’m sure it’ll last a good while city biking.

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User Ratings

78/100 based on 169 ratings
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